The time had come!

All right JGG’s blog readers, I know you have been waiting for this since about October.   Well, last week, on a relatively balmy for January Sunday, I decided that it was time to…….HARVEST THE BRUSSEL SPROUTS!!!!!  Yes, the talk of the Arctic cold front coming had me a little concerned that my darling sprouts might get zapped like my foster cauliflowers had sooooo, I picked ‘em – some of ‘em that is….

There lie the victims!

There lie the victims!

 

This was my prime specimen!

This was my prime specimen!

Family picture!

Family picture!  What a gorgeous bunch of sprouts!

OK - so it's sprouts and shallots, drizzled with a fig balsamic vinegar and some good evoo.....

OK – so it’s sprouts and shallots, drizzled with a fig balsamic vinegar and some good evoo…..and s & p of course!

 

Roasted at 450 for about 1/2 hour.....ok - let's say it all together:  JERSEY FRESH IN JANUARY!!!!!  So so good - wish there was more!  Oh wait, there is more!!  Hope they aren't done in by our recent 3" of snow!

Roasted at 450 for about 1/2 hour…..ok – let’s say it all together: JERSEY FRESH IN JANUARY!!!!! So so good – wish there was more! Oh wait, there is more!! Hope they aren’t done in by our recent 3″ of snow!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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